Helen Klein Murillo // 3/26/17 //
Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch shied away from revealing his views on President Trump and the Emoluments Clause (WaPo).
President Trump’s domestic emoluments violate the Constitution, as Ron Fein and Brianne Gorod describe in detail for U.S. News & World Report.
The Trump Organization is planning a hotel in Dallas with a real estate firm that has deep Turkish, Russian, and Kazakh roots, raising conflicts concerns (NYT).
A New Yorker piece about the Trump Organization’s controversial deal in Azerbaijan contained “confused and potentially misleading” arguments, according to a critique by Matthew Stephenson at the The Global Anticorruption Blog.
At Notice & Comment, Andy Grewal considers whether retired Lt. General Michael Flynn’s speaking fees from Russian sources violated the Foreign Emoluments Clause.